Restored rivers, place-based beer, and “Blackfish” all in today’s green news.
- Mozambique’s former president is working to curb rhino poaching by eliminating extreme poverty. (Bloomberg)
- A huge restoration project has finally freed the Penobscot River for the first time in 200 years. (CBS News)
- Craft brewers say something is missing from craft beer: a connection with the landscape. (NPR)
- “Blackfish” has exposed the dark side of Sea World, whose stocks are taking a hit. (Market Watch)
- Voters in Colorado tell the fracking industry to back off. (Grist)
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